Julia Sanderl currently lives in Kapa’a on the island of Kauai with her husband, where she is teaching Arts, Crafts, and Media-Technology to middle school students. Julia has been teaching Art to children in the public school system since 2002. Her teaching credential qualifies her to teach Kindergarten through 12th grade, and indeed she has taught Art at the elementary, middle school, and high school level, utilizing her training to teach every grade and age of student. The specific classes Julia has instructed include Arts & Crafts, Ceramic Sculpture & Wheel Throwing, Advanced Placement Art History, and Media-Technology.
Julia earned an Associate of Art degree from Golden West Community College in 1999, and transferred to California State University, Long Beach. There she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art Education along with a Single Subject Teaching Credential in the field of Art in 2003. Julia also earned a Crosscultural Language and Academic Development (CLAD) certificate from the University of San Diego in 2006. Soon after, Julia earned a Master of Arts degree in the field of Curriculum and Instruction from Concordia University in July 2008. Her action research topic was Effective Integration of New Technology in Traditional Art Classes. Most recently Julia has earned a tenured teaching license in the state of Hawaii.
Currently Julia is enjoying her experience teaching the students of Kapa’a Middle School, while also exploring different ways to get involved in the artistic community. She and her husband also express their creativity and artistic talents through their professional photography business: Sanderl Photography. Julia is looking forward to furthering her professional development by collaborating with other teachers and artists, and by seeking new and innovative ways to teach and create art.
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